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What Makes Vinyl Windows a Perfect Home Window Replacement Solution

The Evolution of Home Windows in America The earliest windows used in American homes were wood casement windows. Single-hung and double-hung wooden windows became popular in the 1800s. Steel-framed windows entered the market with the Industrial Revolution, and aluminum windows gained a wider acceptance after WWII. Both wood-framed and metal-framed windows remained popular for years,…

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Why This Spring Is a Great Time to Schedule Your Home Window Replacement

Windows serve a lot of important functions for your home. Obviously, they let in light and give you a view of the outdoors, but windows do more than that too. Operable windows can let in a nice breeze, and well-insulated windows do a good job of improving the energy efficiency of your home. In addition,…

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Common Causes Which Lead to Sagging Gutters, & How to Prevent Them

Get Your Mind in the Gutter Most people don’t see roof gutters to be particularly sexy or glamorous, but when they do their job properly it’s a beautiful thing. Gutters serve to direct the flow of water off or your roof, through the downspouts, and away from your home’s foundation. But when your gutters aren’t…

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Casement and Slider Windows: Two Good Replacement Window Options to Consider

Planning for Windows Replacement Making plans to replace your old, cracked, or worn-out windows? Smart move. Modern replacement windows offer many benefits, including improved energy efficiency, greater ease of operation & maintenance, better home security, boosted curb appeal, and much more.   But which type of windows should you choose? Single-hung and double-hung are still…

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The Spring Thaw Has Arrived – Here’s a Checklist for Your Home Exterior

From Winter to Spring It hasn’t been a severely cold winter in the Southeast this year, but we did have to endure a couple of significant ice storms. Thankfully, the cooler air is starting to move out and the warmer air is moving in. And with the official start of spring on March 20, now’s…

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What’s the Best Material for Entry Doors: Steel or Fiberglass?

Entry Door Considerations So, you need a new entry door. Which kind of door should you choose? It can be a tough choice, because there are so many different types of entry door products available these days, and you know you want to find the perfect fit for your home, in terms of functionality, safety,…

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9 Smart Benefits of Choosing to Install Awning Windows

Awning windows have been a popular choice for residential, commercial, and agricultural building applications for a long time. Over hundreds of years, the basic design remained essentially the same – the window was simply pushed out and held in place by the use of a simple arm, block, stick, or whatever was available. Awning windows…

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When and How to Choose the Right Replacement Windows

Windows play many essential roles for your home or business. Their most obvious function is to let in some natural light or ventilation, while also offering you a view of the great outdoors. Windows also contribute significantly to the curb appeal of your building, and they also help to determine your levels of both safety…

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Best Siding Materials & Options Worth Considering

Siding Doesn’t Take Side Billing When It Comes to Your Building’s Exterior Siding plays some pretty important roles when it comes to the exterior of your home or business structure. Obviously, siding is a front-and-center features which adds some visual aesthetics, but it also serves as a front-line layer of protection from both weather and…

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Make a Grand Statement with Architectural Windows

Windows have been part of human dwellings for over 3000 years. Originally there were just designed to let in a little light (and also allow folks to be able to see outside of their homes), but window materials and designs have come a long way since the early days. Looking for a window replacement option,…

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